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International Citizen Service centers

International Citizen Service (ICS) centers have been established to make the contact to the Danish authorities as easy as possible. All the authorities you typically need to contact are represented at ICS, so in most cases you only need to visit an ICS office to take care of paper work and find answers to your questions.

ICS offers help with residence permits and registration certificates, tax card, social security number, etc., as well as with personal guidance on job seeking, Danish courses, the Danish tax system and more. You can also get information about living and working conditions, accommodation, day-care for children, social activities, etc.

Check out the ICS web site for more information, addresses, telephone and opening hours.
There are ICS offices in Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg.

You are welcome to share your experiences with the ICS below by adding a comment. The ICS centers are interested in your experiences.

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